79.9 F
Tulsa

The Best of the Best 2024 Vote Now

Featured Articles

stories from our current issue.

Education: A Preview of What’s to Come

Trends in Higher Education  The industry is evolving more quickly than ever, and “it’s a fascinating time to be in education,” says Julie Dinger, Ph.D.,...

newsletter

Receive web exclusive stories, stay notified of upcoming events and automatically be entered to win excellent prizes!

Email address:
spot_img

digital edition

Advertisment

State

All things Oklahoma

A Future Worth Fighting For

“Combating racism is closely tied to combating misinformation,” says Raymond Doswell, Ed.D., the executive director of Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street History Center in...

Sew Far, Sew Good

Tailoring is much more than seams, stitches and alterations. It’s also threading together fashion and functionality, appreciating apparel and helping customers find a fit...

Marching to Their Own Beat

Thousands of scientific and academic studies have shown that music education improves academic achievement, builds communication skills, develops teamwork and increases engagement in school.  However,...

A Spirited Sport

Pom dancers across various institutions and teams share a common dedication to their craft, showcasing their talents at events while managing the intricate balance...

Okie Outlaws of Bygone Eras

If you were looking for a place to go on a crime spree during the end of the 1800’s all the way through the...

Let’s Be Funny, Honey

Sketch theater – like Saturday Night Live – and improvisational comedy continue to draw both audience members to their seats and brave souls to...

An Entrepreneurial Endeavor

The performance art of opera has a commanding presence in both Tulsa and Oklahoma City, but what exactly does it take to become an...

Be the Change

A study conducted by the World Population Review for 2023 paints a distressing picture regarding the prevalence of domestic abuse in Oklahoma, revealing that...

Protect and Serve

Protecting Oklahoma one partnership at a time, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) is the state’s premier law enforcement agency. The agency strives...

Horror as a Safe Space

In the summer of 1953, my father died of polio. I was four years old. A few years later, I was a full-blown fanatic...

Lofty Goals to Healthy Habits

With a new year upon us, many people are stopping to take inventory and formulate new goals. To achieve any objective, it is often...

Prosperity Incoming

Within Oklahoma’s some 70,000 square miles lie an array of wonders kindly provided by nature’s hand. One of the more spectacular offerings is only...

Scene

Mark Funke, Larry Nichols, Andrew Weyrich; President’s Christmas Party, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, OKC Gigi McEver, Rod McEver, Ann & Burns Hargis; President’s Christmas Party, Oklahoma Medical...
spot_img

Life & Style

a map to living well

Peruvian Diversions in Lima

It is tempting to call this story “Bean Town: Peruvian-Style” in recognition of the lima bean and the role it played in Peru’s agriculture....

Send your story or event

Horror as a Safe Space

In the summer of 1953, my father died of polio. I was four years old. A few years later, I was a full-blown fanatic...

Peruvian Diversions in Lima

It is tempting to call this story “Bean Town: Peruvian-Style” in recognition of the lima bean and the role it played in Peru’s agriculture....

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

Going His Own Way

Chef Kevin Lee has palate-forming childhood memories of waking up to a seafood breakfast – pulled fresh from the ocean that morning and prepared...

Nomad BBQ and Deli

Opened in January 2023 by husband and wife duo Drew Laden and Kathryn Holsten, Nomad BBQ and Deli boasts some of the tastiest smoked...

Big Biang Theory

A play on the leading explanation of how the universe was formed and some delicious Chinese noodles, the Big Biang Theory is an OKC...

Just Getting Started

James Vu had just launched his OKC-based Peruvian fusion restaurant La Brasa when his then-business partner – and all but one staff member –...

Owl Shoppe

If you find yourself on Shawnee’s Main Street with a hankering for something hearty and healthy, Owl Shoppe is the place to be. This...

Savastano’s Pizzeria

Opened in 2003, Savastano’s has become – and remains – the place for authentic Chicago-style pizza in Tulsa. And the proof’s in the pudding...

Nabati Vegan Kitchen

Healthy food is all the rage at Nabati – but the twist is that it’s craveable and delicious, too!  Nabati’s succinct and enticing menu begins...
spot_img
Advertisment

Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

The Arts Rise from Hibernation

The Tulsa Performing Arts Center is full to the brim with performances this month. First, visit for Fantastique on Feb. 3. The show, created...

Basketball, Bulls and Brawls

Escape the dreary February cold with a variety of sporting events around the state. In Tulsa, the Oilers hockey team plays at home, the BOK...

A Feisty February

No matter your interests, Oklahoma has a community event for you to enjoy. In Tulsa, venture to Expo Square for the following activities: The...

A Surprisingly Packed Month

February arrives with more solid choices than I expected, so settle in as we go through ‘em. First up is Argylle. A spy action slash...

Kicking off 2024

Start your new year off right with a variety of performances and showcases on the stage. In Tulsa, Celebrity Attractions starts strong with Hairspray, running...

January Welcomes it All

You’ll enjoy a dynamic combo of sporting events in every corner of the state this month. In Tulsa, the highly ranked Oilers continue their home...

High-Octane Fun

Although the holidays are behind us, you can still get your skate on at the following: Broken Arrow’s ice rink, 418 S. Main, through...